Former GUNS N' ROSES, BUCKCHERRY Members To Jam With CAMP FREDDY At Hollywood Gig
VELVET REVOLVER members Slash and Duff McKagan (both formerly of GUNS N' ROSES), along with THE SEX PISTOLS guitarist Steve Jones and ex-BUCKCHERRY frontman Joshua Todd are among the special guests that are tentatively scheduled to appear with CAMP FREDDY at the "Vanity Fair In Concert" charity event benefiting Step Up Women's Network on November 15 at the Avalon in Hollywood, California.
Step Up's mission is "to empower women and girls in finding their place as activists and advocates for positive social change. It was founded in Hollywood in 1998 and is a nonprofit organization committed to advancing philanthropy and volunteerism in the entertainment and media industries to effect social change for women and girls."
CAMP FREDDY is the Los Angeles-based "jam" band consisting of JANE'S ADDICTION guitarist Dave Navarro, former THE CULT touring bassist Billy Morrison (on guitar), ex-GUNS N' ROSES/THE CULT drummer Matt Sorum, bassist Scott Ford, and vocalist Donovan Leitch (the son of 1960s U.K. folk-rock icon Donovan).
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